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Music Post: The Medium is the Music
Marshall McLuhan famously said that the medium is the message,' having figured out that the nature of any communications medium affects its content and the way that content is perceived.
From Las Vegas With Love
On the surface there is little to compare Hawaii with Las Vegas, but we call Las Vegas the ninth island and some of us visit two or three times a year.
Music Post: The Organ, from Bach to Iron Butterfly
A huge chunk of classical music, including some pinnacles of the repertory, are composed for solo organ.
Music Post: The History of Fast Movements Within The Symphony
When I was in elementary school, the music teacher taught us to dance the minuet. I don’t remember the stately steps, but I remember the tempo.
Published October 9, 2018 at 2:00 PM
Music Post: American Music for Strings
America incubated movie music and jazz and rock, but its classical concert audiences have remaining mostly interested in fresh performances of core repertory.
Published October 9, 2018 at 1:57 PM
‘Real Dollars’ Applied to Hurricane Damage
I was looking at a lot of official damage tolls from the last five major hurricane hits in Hawaii.
Published October 9, 2018 at 1:54 PM
Music Post: Howard Hanson, Great U.S. Composer
Hanson’s music tends to be dramatic, with unexpected chord changes, and tone color polish.
My father turned 99 this year, and a couple weeks ago I turned 65, so it won’t surprise you that I have lately thought much about aging.
I’m so old I remember when Paul McCartney’s “When I’m 64” was new music.
Music Post: Ghosts of Instruments Past
Instruments once common in performing classical music that fell into disuse.
Kiko strengthens into powerful category 4 hurricane
Some slow weakening is in the forecast.
Published 15m at 10:41 AM
Man behind hours-long standoff in Pacific Palisades charged with attempted murder
Kamehameha Highway closed near PCC due to downed pole
Pac-12 power Washington floods Rainbow Warriors in 52-20 drubbing
FBI investigating online threat of a mass shooting at State Capitol
The threat was made during a livestream of Gov. Ige's press conference